Where to go for the Holidays? Take a cruise with me on the Disney Wonder. This time of year the Wonder is…well, WONDER-Full as she’s all decked out in her Christmas finery and filled with Disney characters all in special holiday dress. Of course, all the music and entertainment is created just for the season, even though she’s in warm Caribbean waters. Join our merry crew as Jodie Benson, Charlie Ridgeway, Lee Cockerell and yours truly put on a show at the invitation of DIS-Unplugged on a December 2010 Christmas Cruise, this time, rather than a word story, you can watch a video.

WONDER-Full Christmas from Bob Gurr on Vimeo.

And if you’d like to take a cruise with me on this very ship, please join MiceChat and Fairy Godmother Travel as we cruise to glorious Alaska on June 1st, 2015!


MiceChat 7 night Alaska Cruise on the Disney Wonder – June 1st, 2015: Join us as we sail toward the top of the world on the delightful Disney Wonder with Disney legend Bob Gurr. We’ll hold all sorts of special MiceChat meet-ups on board and hear many wonderful stories from our special guest. Suggest group excursions you might want to join us on. Dine as a group to discuss our adventures and more. Vancouver, Tracy Arm, Skagway, Juneau, Ketchikan, glorious glaciers, whales, and spectacular nature everywhere. Don’t miss this MiceChat adventure at sea!

Ask us for more details on any of our upcoming MiceTrips or for Disney adventures of your own by emailing us at [email protected]. It doesn’t cost you more to use our travel agent, it’s just more magical. Let us do the work, you enjoy the Disney fun!!!


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Bob Gurr is a true Disney legend who was hired on to design the Autopia for Disneyland. Over nearly four decades, Bob would become famous for developing the Monorails, Submarines, Flying Saucers, antique cars and double-decker buses of Main Street, Ford Motor Company's Magic Skyway (at the 1964-65 New York World's Fair), Omnimover ride system, Matterhorn and lots more. It has been said that if it moves, Bob probably played a part. Upon leaving Imagineering in 1981, Bob worked on a number of "leisure-time spectaculars" and "fantastical beasts" for parks and developments all over the world. Most notably, he created King Kong and Conan's Serpent for Universal Studios Hollywood, A UFO for the closing ceremonies of the 1984 Los Angeles Summer Olympics, and the memorable T-Rex figure featured in Steven Spielberg's motion picture "Jurassic Park." You can find Bob's column, Design: Those Were The Times, right here on MiceChat. Though don't pin Bob down to a schedule, he's busy being "retired."